School of Public Health

Concurrent Degrees

Concurrent programs are a pair of graduate programs that may be pursued simultaneously at the UW, resulting in completion of the requirements for either two graduate degrees or a graduate and a professional degree. Below you will find five concurrent degrees in the Department of Epidemiology that enable you to proceed in a coordinated way toward completion of the degree programs. You should consult with representatives from all programs involved prior to submitting a concurrent degree application.

MS with Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB)

Prepare for a career conducting interdisciplinary research and translating your findings in the laboratory to clinical and population-based settings

MPH/MS/PhD with Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Combine your medical training with a degree focused on epidemiologic research methods and principles. 

MPH with Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS)

Combine expertise in epidemiologic methods and practice with a broad framework for the study of international issues and institutions. 

MS/MPH with Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Combine expertise in epidemiologic methods and practice with a solid foundation in public policy and administration. 

MPH/PhD with Anthropology

Prepare yourself for work in multidisciplinary health settings in the areas of teaching, research, administration, planning, and policy development and implementation.